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Pakistan on Kashmir delimitation report: Pakistan India News: Pakistan furious over delimitation in Kashmir, told conspiracy to weaken Muslims

Pakistan on Kashmir delimitation report: Pakistan India News: Pakistan furious over delimitation in Kashmir, told conspiracy to weaken Muslims
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Pakistan on Kashmir delimitation report: Pakistan India News: Pakistan furious over delimitation in Kashmir, told conspiracy to weaken Muslims

Islamabad: Pakistan has become furious over the delimitation of India in Jammu and Kashmir. The Foreign Ministry of Pakistan has summoned the Ambassador in charge of India and lodged an objection to the delimitation. The Government of Pakistan said that it rejects the report of the Delimitation Commission on Kashmir of India. Pakistan claimed that the purpose of this commission is to deprive Muslims of citizenship and weaken them in Kashmir.

Pakistan said it was ridiculous and claimed that political parties in Kashmir have rejected the Delimitation Commission report. The Pakistan Foreign Ministry said, ‘Through this effort, India wishes to give only legal basis to its action taken on August 5, 2019’. Let us tell you that on this day, India abolished the special status of Kashmir and abolished more provisions of Article 370.

‘Indian government’s secret plan behind the delimitation’
The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said that behind this step the secret plan of the Indian government is hidden. India has redesigned the assembly constituencies in the name of delimitation so as to reduce the edge of Muslims. Pakistan said that it rejects India’s claim that the delimitation was being carried out to empower the local population.

The Shahbaz Sharif government of Pakistan claimed that in reality the new electoral boundary would weaken, deprive and divide the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan also targeted BJP and RSS. Pakistan said that any illegal, unilateral and mischievous attempt by India to increase the representation of Hindus by harming Muslims is a mockery of the norms of democracy, morality and international law.

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